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Blooma 8x6 Brown Plastic Double Door Shed
The Blooma 8x6 double door plastic shed is an ideal storage solution for your garden tools and equipment. Easy to assemble, this shed is an ideal low-maintenance choice for any garden.
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2 of 3(67%)reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.
Customer Reviews for Blooma 8x6 Brown Plastic Double Door Shed
Review 1 for Blooma 8x6 Brown Plastic Double Door Shed
Mega good purchase
"Built in a few hours."
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Review 2 for Blooma 8x6 Brown Plastic Double Door Shed
Easy peasy lemon squeezy
"Having read the review saying that this was hard to put up I was worried, only when I was doing it, it came together amazingly easy as everything just slots together then the screws just add strength. It looks amazing and best of all I don't have to worry about fading and rot, like I would with a wooden shed. The height is great too as my 6"4 husband can stand in it without crouching. Good purchase"
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Review 3 for Blooma 8x6 Brown Plastic Double Door Shed
Absolute pain to erect
"Despite having constructed all sorts of flat pack furniture including a total kitchen refit, I found the instructions for assembly illogical and at times unhelpful. In particular on opening the box the perspex window was cracked and I had to return to Band Q to get it replaced. Some of the labelling on the individual parts did not coincide with those in the instruction manual and on some parts the labels were missing. Allow several hours for the construction. It tells you to leave at least 27cm. between any fencing and a wall in order to construct the shed. This needs to be a lot larger or to have some space to move the shed in order to screw sections together easily. The final straw was when the shed was just about completely erected and the next instruction was to secure the sides of the shed to the base when the roof was on.This would be much easier to do when just the sides were up. The doors did not fit square and it took some juggling to get a decent fit. It recommends two people to undertake the construction of the shed but at times a third person would be useful especially when trying to get the roof on. Also screwing the metal roof arch into the metal of the side supports proved impossible. Once erected the shed provided ample storage but it is a pity it only has one window for its size as we also constructed the smaller 6 x 4 version and this has the same size window. This shed took just over 2 hours to erect. Had I known how complicated the larger shed was to erect I would not have purchased it. I have another plastic storage shed which bolted together in a matter of minutes made by the same manufacturer. I would have bought a metal or wooden shed instead had I known how complicated the construction was but wanted something low maintenance."